Juventus-Sassuolo will have 9,000 children from schools cramming the stands in Turin.
After 12,000 kids were given the chance to take seats usually held by season ticket holders, who were banned for the game against Udinese, the experiment will be repeated tomorrow.
Juve announced 9,000 tickets in the Curva Sud will be released to children from primary, secondary and soccer schools in Turin and also Sassuolo’s Emilia area.
The season ticket holders will be able to return to the Curva Nord following their ban for “discriminatory” anti-Neapolitan chants.
Juventus will be hoping for a better result than last time, as they were fined after the game with Udinese when the crowd of children repeatedly insulted goalkeeper Zeljko Brkic.
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